Wednesdays at NOON from September 15 to October 20
Grief and loss have become the somber byproducts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us are grieving -- some for the first time -- and whether you are mourning the loss of a loved one, a job, or a way of life, the feelings can be overwhelming.
In this 6-week webinar series, clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa discusses the emotions experienced by those who are grieving and offers healthy ways to cope. Each weekly Zoom workshop will focus on one aspect of the grieving process. Throughout the series, participants will engage in drawing, writing, mental exercises, and relaxation techniques to help them work through their grief.
The series will end with an examination of closure and a reminder that grief is an individualized process that cannot be rushed.
Supplies needed: plain paper; markers or crayons; pencil or pen.
Click here to register for as many sessions as you like. All are free of charge.
DATES AND TOPICS
Wednesday, September 15 topic: Denial
Wednesday, September 22 topic: Anger
Wednesday, September 29 topic: Depression
Wednesday, October 6 topic: Anxiety
Wednesday, October 13 topic: Acceptance
Wednesday, October 20 topic: Closure
The Stay Well program is brought to you by a behavioral health team within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, with grant funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Crisis counseling training is provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.